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  1. Where you get too lazy to count)) There is another option. It looks like this-8. The eight here is infinity, and the dot is a point in another plane. You can walk endlessly straight on a round earth, but its infinity ends where we guess to jump. Similarly, the infinite universe is finite in time.

  2. I really like this definition: infinity is an infinite number of finite segments (phenomena or objects). So we get the dialectical statement that infinity contains an infinite number of ends:) But having ended in relation to some local phenomenon, infinity never ends in itself.

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